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post #11 of 16
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Are you still saying that you haven't read the question? I mean, seriously, go read it. I openly state twice or more that I tried those. Now do you see why you need to read the question before you answer?

I asked for suggestions to the problem. What's the point of suggesting things that I've already and clearly stated was tried?

I'm only pointing out the obvious and insulting you was not an intention, sorry if I did. But really, it's all right there in B&W and wouldn't take 1 minute to read, do you see?
post #12 of 16
reset cmos is your fix it shouldnt affect profiles on my old asus intel board it would keep profiles after a bios flash even. And your asking for help people are trying you should be more friendly towards them or your less likely to get help fast when you need it next time.
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OK, FYI for anyone who may have the same problem one day: As at least 3 people stated, clearing the CMOS, (I used the jumper method), did not delete my profiles and I'm back up and running! Problem solved thaks to all!thumb.gif
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Glad you got it fixed. If you see a free ps/2 keyboard you might want to snatch it up in case this happens again tongue.gif.
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I'm just replying to this for those who think that a PS/2 would help or even work. As I had said in an earlier post, I did try the PS/2 keyboard port and it did not work. Ergo; it would be a waste of time and effort, (as well as what ever money was spent).

But clearing the CMOS did work as I thought it would. However, I was afraid it would clear all my saved UEFI profiles and that's why I didn't do that right away.

So in the end, (for those who run into this situation), clear the CMOS and you'll be able to use the USB connections again. Clearing the CMOS will not clear the UEFI profiles if that's a concern as it was in my case.wink.gif
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I'm just replying to this for those who think that a PS/2 would help or even work. As I had said in an earlier post, I did try the PS/2 keyboard port and it did not work. Ergo; it would be a waste of time and effort, (as well as what ever money was spent).

A ps/2 keyboard would work. The problem you had is that many keyboards don't support a USB to PS/2 adapter. Since the adapters are cheap and don't actually do any converting, the keyboard controller has to support them.
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